One of the ubiquitous features of law school is the lunch school meeting; some group provides pizza and brings in a speaker. Today I saw in on a presentation by a job-hunting guru. She didn't have a lot of real ground-breaking stuff to say, but it was good to hear the more basic points repeated. She made one good point that I hadn't thought of; that everyone in your social network should know what you want to do. So, for the record, I want to work for the Denver DA's or AG's office, or do civil rights litigation in Denver. I've got a year-long clerkship lined up (actually just talked to the judge to make sure the job's secure), but then it's back to the races to pin down something permanent. If you have a line on something, let me know.